A freelance travel writer and lifelong traveler who took his first solo journey without his parents’ permission when he was 5 years old, Andy was always destined to wander the globe and the thrill of crossing a border to another country is as strong now as it ever was. He writes for a wide range of publications within the travel industry and also manages his own travel blog, 501 Places.
The Family Adventure Project is about families getting out, getting active and having fun together. Their website is filled with ideas and inspiration about nurturing an active, healthy family lifestyle. To date founders Kirstie Pelling, Stuart Wickes and their three children have cycled more than 12,000 miles, across more than 20 countries, but they’re just as happy seeking adventure in their own backyard.
Theodora Sutcliffe is a freelance writer and long-term traveler. She has been dragging her son Zac around the globe since he was a few months old, and the pair have been in perpetual motion since they set out on what was supposed to be a one-year RTW trip in January 2010. She’s visited over 50 countries, more than half of them with her son. You can catch up with Theodora at her blog, Escape Artistes.
Zoë Dawes is The Quirky Traveller – a travel writer based in North West England. She delights in looking at life and travel from a different viewpoint, focusing on the unusual and interesting around the world. Awarded Britain’s Best Travel Blogger from Travel Titbits, her blog was also voted one of the Top 25 Travel Websites in 2010.